1 (edited by kathyb Wed, 01 Aug 2012 10:54:09)

Topic: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

Yes, it's been over 3 years now and I'm still here.  Still on the phase I clinical trial I started over a year ago at Mayo.  It's now actually closed.  I've been on it longer than anyone else.  Not sure what God has planned for me.

I don't read the posts very much anymore.  Just wanted to let others know my 3-14 month diagnosis didn't necessarily mean for me to take that as factual.  We all have numbered days on this earth.  Those of us with a "condition" are just told those numbers of what might be. 

Live life to the fullest, enjoy your loved ones.  Let the little things go as they are not really important.  Go with God.

Kathy

Re: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

Oh, Kathy, I loved waking up to this, this morning. Can't wait to read about year number 4!!! You go girl!

Teddy ~In our hearts forever~ATTITUDE is EVERYTHING
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Re: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

What a wonderful message. You give us strength.

Re: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

Thank you so much for sharing!

Re: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

Kathy, thank you for sharing such uplifting news...

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Re: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

Kathy, what drugs did your clinical trial include ? Did you make any dietary changes ?
Thanks, Lisa

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Re: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

Such a nice sharing and i must say that we must never loose faith in ourselves because if we don't let ourselves down then nothing can happen to us and if all leave hope then we are doomed......
You must believe in yourself and do whatever you wanted to do just have a faith on GOD..

Re: inoperable Klatskin tumor diagnosis, 3+ years ago

Kathy, What wonderful news! You are right about not sweating the small stuff and being grateful for each day. Keep on posting in this good news section; we need it! Hugs. Nancy

Loving my husband from afar.